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  • NBA eyes India as part of global drive

    NEW YORK: The NBA is forging ahead with plans for world domination, hoping that India will be the next Asian power to be seduced by hoop dreams after already captivating China...

    The landmark appearance of Sim Bhullar for the Sacramento Kings last month, the first player of Indian descent to score in the NBA, gave a fresh jolt to the league's bid to win over the cricket-mad nation of 1...

  • Satnam Singh becomes first Indian to make it to NBA

    NEW DELHI: India's Satnam Singh Bhamara is hoping his historic selection in the NBA will kickstart a basketball boom in his cricket-obsessed home country...

    The 19-year-old centre admitted he was incredibly nervous in the run up to the NBA Draft, which saw him become the first India-born selection when he was chosen by the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday...

  • US NBA stars tested by Aussies in 98-88 win

    RIO DE JANEIRO: Carmelo Anthony scored 31 points and Kyrie Irving added 19 as the United States team of NBA stars rallied in the second half to escape upset-minded Australia 98-88 at the Rio Olympics...

    ”The Australians, ousted by the Americans in the 2008 and 2012 Olympic quarter-finals, have four players who won NBA titles and had talked of pulling off an upset...

  • Rockets, Lakers outshine rivals in NBA fixtures

    After three preseason games, Harden has three points-assists double-doubles the most recent one Sunday in Shanghai, when he had 26 points and 15 assists to help the Houston Rockets beat the New Orleans Pelicans 123-117 in an NBA Global Games matchup...

    They’ll be seeing even more NBA in China this season...

  • LeBron James carries Cavaliers into NBA finals

    The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics 87-79 on Sunday in game seven of their Eastern Conference championship series to reach their fourth straight NBA finals...

    LeBron James scored 35 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists as he booked his place in his eighth straight NBA finals and raised his record to 6-2 in game sevens...

  • NBA-No high-fives with fans, only fist-bumps, players told as virus precaution

    NBA players should fist-bump with fans instead of high-fiving them and avoid taking items to autograph, the league told teams in a memo listing short-term recommendations to limit the spread of the coronavirus...

    “The NBA and the Players Association will continue to work with leading experts and team physicians to provide up-to-date information and recommended practices that should be followed to prevent the spread of the...

  • SC rejects IG’s apology over violation of service rules

    ISLAMABAD: The Supr­eme Court turned down on Wed­nesday a request by Sindh Inspector General Ghu­lam Haider Jamali for acceptance of his unconditional apology for retaining a police officer on deputation in the Anti Corruption Department (ACD) of Sindh in violation of an earlier court order...

    Know more: Apologies of IG, other police officers rejected again in SHC siege case“If a senior officer like IG is not well conversant with...

  • Govt service rules

    GOVERNMENT Servants Revised Leave Rules, 1980, are callous in nature...

    According to rules, the extraordinary leave may be granted on any ground up to a maximum period of five years at a time, provided the civil servant has been in continuous service for no less than 10 years...

  • LRH professor granted service extension in violation of rules

    PESHAWAR: The administration of public sector Lady Reading Hospital has granted extension in service to head of gastroenterology department a day after his retirement in violation of the prescribed law...

    He said that Prof Ghafoor was not retired or extended as he continued his position under MTI rules so there was no need to issue any extension notice according to the Act...

  • UN rules for treatment of prisoners renamed as ‘Nelson Mandela Rules’

    UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations has amended and renamed its Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners — the Nelson Mandela Rules, a UN press statement said on Wednesday...

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the adoption of NM rules as “a great step forward” but also drew attention to three areas that could be strengthened from a human rights perspective...

  • Centre turns down Punjab’s requisition for six Police Service of Pakistan officers

    LAHORE: After rejecting the Punjab police chief’s request for cancellation of orders to transfer four senior police officers posted in the province to the Centre, the Establishment Division, Islamabad, has also turned down the requisition Mr Shoaib Dastagir sent for six police officers needed by the province...

    The Punjab IGP had recently sent a requisition for six officers of Police Service of Pakistan (PSP) serving in other...

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